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I`m 16 years old now and I will finish grammar school in the year 2005. After graduating from school I would like to study MBA at a school in London. So, my question is: How to finance the appartement and the school fee ( and so on)? Is it possible to get a place at the hall of residence there? How much would everything cost? Is it allowed to take a job beside the sudy? If so, is it possible to finance everything with this job (beside school)?
I`m 16 years old now and I will finish grammar school in the year 2005. After graduating from school I would like to study MBA at a school in London. So, my question is: How to finance the appartement and the school fee ( and so on)? Is it possible to get a place at the hall of residence there? How much would everything cost? Is it allowed to take a job beside the sudy? If so, is it possible to finance everything with this job (beside school)?

Answer from Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge:

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It is great to see that you are thinking ahead, however your aim to do an MBA will take a little longer to achieve than you anticipate. After school, you will need to complete an undergraduate degree at a university. Then you will need to work for two years full time minimum before you can apply for our MBA. Most MBAs in the UK are similar in that you need at least two years work experience before you can apply.

Why not think of doing an undergraduate degree in London first?

Louise

Answer from Said Business School, University of Oxford:

Thank you for your e-mail. In the first instance, I would advise you to visit our website www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/mba

Please note that our mba students' ages range from 26 to 38. Please also note the necessity of a good undergraduate degree and at least two years work experience. I hope that this helps.

Best wishes
Alison

Answer from Cranfield:

Dear Klaus

Our MBA is a general management programme, but it is possible to focus on IT during the second half of the programme. We have two options for part-time study:

Executive Part-time MBA Designed for experienced managers who wish to study for the MBA without leaving their job, and who have the support of their employers:

*two-year programme
*attendance at Cranfield on 16 residential weekends (all day Friday and Saturday), plus 4 one-week residential periods each year

*one intake of 100 students per year in January
*tuition fees: 15,000 GBP per year - total 30,000 GBP (includes provision of laptop PC for duration of the programme)

Executive Modular MBA
Designed to meet the needs of experienced managers who wish to remain in employment whilst studying, but are based outside the UK, or whose job prevents more regular attendance at Cranfield:

*two-year programme
*4 two-week modules at Cranfield each year
*approx 2 hours a day individual study between modules, supported by internet learning and discussions
*one intake of 25 students per year in January
*tuition fees: 15,000 GBP per year - total 30,000 GBP (includes provision of laptop PC for duration of the programme)

Entry requirements
*normal age range: 25-35
*at least 3 years' postgraduate work experience
*good undergraduate degree and/or professional qualification
*good balanced GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) score (average score at Cranfield: 640)
*IELTS band 7 or TOEFL of 250 (computer test) or 600 (paper test).

Maureen Williams

Answer from Warwick Business School:

Dear Klaus
Thank you for your enquiry. We offer the Warwick MBA by distance learning study, but it is a general MBA and does not specialise in IT. Although by careful choice of your electives, you would be able to take IT-related subjects, you should be aware that you would have to cover a much broader range of topics than this. For more information about the syllabus for the Warwick MBA, please visit http:\\www.warwickmba.org.uk.
Regards
Rachel Killian

Answer from London Business School:

You need to take an undergraduate degree and then work for at least 3 years before applying for our MBA. Please remember MBAs are post graduate courses.
Thank you
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